How Do I File for Divorce in Colorado?
In Colorado, the divorce process is started by filing a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. If you are not married but have children together, you can file a Petition for Allocation of Parental Rights, in which the Court can address the issues of child custody and child support. Petitions can be filed as joint petitions, which allow the parties to save some court costs and service of process costs. A party must reside in Colorado for at least 91 days prior to filing a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage.
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